"Witness the outstanding performances of Kurt Browning, Oksana Baiul, Nancy Kerrigan, Christopher Bowman, Kristi Yamaguchi, Todd Eldredge, Midori Ito, Viktor Petrenko, Surya Bonaly, Isabelle and Paul Duchesnay, and many more" -- description from box. Topics: vhs, figure skating, sports Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) announced on Feb. 12 that five-time World and nine-time U.S. champion Michelle Kwan has made the decision to withdraw from the 2006 Olympic Winter Games due to injury. Kwan injured an adductor muscle in her right hip, commonly called a groin strain, at a practice Saturday morning at the Palaghiaccio practice ice rink in Torino, Italy. The USOC hosted a press conference featuring USOC Chairman Peter Ueberroth, U.S. Figure Skating President Ron... Topics: Michelle Kwan, 2006, figure skating, Torino, Turin
Kimmie Meissner has been around the world and is one of the top figure skaters on the planet. The youngest U.S. Olympian at the 2006 Torino Games, shes got an infectious giggle and we were able to catch up with her for a brief moment during her media tour this afternoon. While she might not have come away with a medal, keep an eye on her one of the most pleasant athletes to talk with will be back in four years. Topics: Kimmie Meissner, Olympics, figure skating, Olympic, 2006, Turin, Torino
Emily Hughes arrived in Torino amid a flurry of media attention. Listed as an alternate to the 2006 U.S. Olympic Team, Hughes found out last weekend that she would be named to the team to replace the injured Michelle Kwan. She answered questions from the press in Torino about her training, what its like being in Torino and more! Topics: Emily Hughes, Michelle Kwan, Torino, figure skating, Turin, Olympics, 2006
1988 Olympic bronze medalist Debi Thomas is in Torino as a member of Laura Bush's delegation. She talks about how she was selected (she found out while performing a knee surgery) and why she won't make a prediction on who might win the 2006 women's figure skating gold medal. Topics: Debi Thomas, Torino, Turin, Olympics, figure skating, 2006, USA
Doug Whitfield and Dr. Wendy Nguyen discuss figure skating and ice hockey at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. They also discuss some of the various controversies, such as street dogs and anti-gay legislation. Topics: skiing, nbc, olympics, winterolympics, hockey, ice hockey, ishockey, figure skating
Emily Hughes, listed as an alternate for the 2006 U.S. Olympic Team, found out Saturday night (ET) that she would replace the injured Michelle Kwan. Sunday morning she spoke with media in a teleconference about her thoughts and feelings about competing in the Olympics. Topics: Emily Hughes, Michelle Kwan, Olympics, figure skating, 2006, Torino, Turin
They're all champions. No matter what color the medal, these five 2006 U.S. Olympic Team members have spent their lives training and working towards a goal of becoming an Olympic champion. For many Olympians, it's not the final destination but the journey of thousands of miles to get there. Five of the USA's finest came to a press conference to talk about their Olympic experiences and the spirit of the Olympics that lives inside each of them. usolympicteam.com was there to capture their final... Topics: Sasha Cohen, Olympic, silver, medalist, 2006, figure skating
Evan Lysacek was not feeling himself the day of the 2006 Olympic short program and started getting sick following that on the bus back to the village. Looking back, he realized that he was already experiencing symptoms before his first night of skating. He then returned to the ice for the finals and finished in fourth place, tops for the U.S. men. How has EvanÂs Olympic experience changed him? Listen in! Topics: Evan Lysacek, Olympics, figure skating, Torino, Turin, 2006
Skating Kiev packs itsdelf almost entirely into commercial premises, while our lake ice remains poorely looked after. After some hours of cleaning work we could start to practice with blades, trumped, drum and modest speed. Curiously though musical interaction evolved rather during unexpected "apres-ski" jam. A beasty boy from the working class neighbourhood was keen about getting hold on the drum. He said a whole orchester is included in one single drum like that. We were satisfied... Topic: icy trumpet drum figure_skating movement thrill natural_ice_skating
Michelle Kwan, competing in her third Olympic Games, faced the media to talk about a number of issues, from the stiffness she felt during this morning's practice session to what motivates her on the ice ... and more! Topics: Michelle Kwan, Olympic, figure skating, figure skater, USOC, U.S., USA, Turin, Torino, 2006
Emily Hughes, listed as an alternate for the 2006 U.S. Olympic Team, found out Saturday night (ET) that she would replace the injured Michelle Kwan. Sunday morning she spoke with media in a teleconference about her thoughts and feelings about competing in the Olympics. Topics: Emily Hughes, Michelle Kwan, Olympic, Olympics, Torino, 2006, Turin, figure skating
Crystal and Amanda join us to rank every event in the Winter Olympics before getting down to our Top 5 Events. Topics: podcasts, winter olympics, olympics, sports, figure skating, skiing, snowboarding, hockey, crystal,...
Midwesterners Aaron Parchem and Marcie Hinzmann of Illinois and Ohio, respectively, are in Torino not just to concentrate on doing their best on the ice. They are planning on taking in the entire Olympic experience. And they've already begun. Excited about the Olympic rings that are impossible to escape no matter where you look, the duo have already been on the ice for practice, gone through U.S. Olympic Team processing and interacted with snowboarders and women's hockey team members. And how... Topics: U.S. Olympic Team, USOC, Aaron Parchem, Marcie Hinzmann, figure skating, pairs, 2006, Turin, Torino Source: Olympus DS-330
Ice dancer Tanith Belbin was born a Canadian. However, she recently received her U.S. citizenship and is excited to be able to compete in the Olympics for her adopted country and alongside partner Ben Agosto. Oh yeah, and Ben chimes in about their skating also! Topics: Tanith Belbin, Ben Agosto, ice dancing, figure skating, Torino, Turin, 2006, U.S., USA, Olympics
Olympic ice dancer Jamie Silverstein's Olympic appearance is something to marvel at. When she was in high school Silverstein quit everything to do with an ice rink for about five years, during which time she faced her eating disorder head-on. In a culture where pencil-thin models are the norm, young girls and women can sometimes develop an eating disorder that can lead to disastrous results. Silverstein has been opening up more and more about her struggle and said that while she's not been... Topics: Jamie Silverstein, figure skating, ice dancer, ice dancing, Olympic, Turin, Torino, 2006
Bioscoopjournaals waarin Nederlandse onderwerpen van een bepaalde week worden gepresenteerd.Samenvatting van de Nederlandse kampioenschappen kunstrijden op de schaats. De wedstrijden vinden plaats op de HOKIJ-kunstijsbaan in Den Haag. Bij het ijsdansen wint het echtpaar Odink uit Den Haag. Bij de individuele deelnemers wint de 14-jarige Joan Haanappel. Topic: ijsdansen, kunstschaatsen, Haanappel, Joan, NK, ice dancing, figure skating, Haanappel, Joan,... Source: WEEKNUMMER551-HRE0001694B
From 1980 until 1983, Sacramento radio station KXPR produced a weekly half-hour arts and public affairs magazine, Sacramento Spectrum. In 1981, Sacramento Spectrum won a Corporation for Public Broadcasting award for best Arts & Humanities coverage. In 1983, the program was cancelled so station resources could be used to present National Public Radio's daily Morning Edition program to the Sacramento market. Here is an air check of a story produced by Sacramento Spectrum's editor, Mark Jones. Topics: Dorothy Hamill, figure skating champion, Ice Capades, press conference, 1976 Olympic gold medalist,...
Bioscoopjournaals waarin Nederlandse onderwerpen van een bepaalde week worden gepresenteerd.Demonstraties kunstschaatsen op de Jaap Edenbaan te Amsterdam, met oa Manfred Schnelldorfer, Olympisch- en wereldkampioen 1964, Evan en Pavel Romanova, drievoudig wereldkampioen, en Sjoukje Dijkstra met haar kr. Topic: demonstraties, kunstschaatsen, Dijkstra, Sjoukje, Schnelldorfer, Manfred, Jaap Edenbaan,... Source: WEEKNUMMER641-HRE00029A89
Bioscoopjournaals waarin Nederlandse onderwerpen van een bepaalde week worden gepresenteerd.Presentatie van de deelneemsters aan de wedstrijd schoonrijden en enkele wedstrijdfragmenten om de Olga Schiffelers beker. Olga Schiffelers is Nederlands kampioene schoonrijden. - mediumshot 5 dames op kunstschaatsen op ijsvlakte, 10 - cu Olga Schiffelers, schaatster, lachend poserend voor de camera, 10 - totaalshot schoonrijden Olga Schiffelers, publiek langs de baan, 33 - op 00:56 wedstrijdfragm. mevr.... Topic: kunstschaatsen, schaatsen, vrouwen, winter, Blauwboer, Boer, de, Schiffelers, Olga, figure skating,... Source: WEEKNUMMER260-HRE0001A5B9
Doug and Dr. Wendy Nguyen discuss figure skating at the upcoming Olympics in Sochi, Russia. They also briefly discuss the Olympic Hockey and the FIFA World Cup. Topics: world cup, Olympics, Russia, USA, Japan, South Korea, Ghana, Portugal, Germany, USMNT, Sweden,...
http://wp.me/p3RCqX-tUIn which Adam and Ben become uncle-brothers and discuss Michael Sam, Marcus Smart, and a host of other topics (Recorded 2/10/2014)-Musical interludes come courtesy Scott Joplin with the track, "Maple Leaf Rag."http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Joplin/Frog_Legs_Ragtime_Era_Favorites/03_-_scott_joplin_-_maple_leaf_rag Topics: Podcast, Marcus Smart, Michael Sam, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Gays in Sports, NFL,...